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Top Reasons You're Not Losing Belly Fat, and How to Change That

I’m constantly being asked, “why can’t I lose belly fat?” or "how can I lose my belly weight." I’m sorry ladies, you’ve probably heard me say this so many times, but if you want to lose belly fat and achieve a "leaner" body, it isn’t going to happen overnight. AND, it’s also not possible to spot reduce through exercise. In order to lose belly fat, you need to dedicate yourself to slowly building healthy habits that stick and living a healthy balanced lifestyle. REASONS WHY AND SOLUTIONS: Not getting enough sleep. Research shows that lack of sleep can be doing you more harm than just being sleepy the next day. If you want to lose belly fat, then you need to make sure you get enough restful sl

Should I be Sore After Every Workout?

Let me make it clear, I don’t believe feeling sore after a workout should be used as an indicator of a good workout. So, now you may be confused and wondering, “well, if I’m not sore after a workout, then did I have a good session?” or, “Why am I sore after a workout — does this mean it was bad?” Stay with me!! I will tell you everything you need to know about why muscles get sore after a workout. Why do muscles get sore? When we workout, our muscles are continually contracting (shortening) and extending (lengthening). This is necessary to help us to move, to lift weights, to jump and so on. However, when a muscle is lengthened a little more than it’s used to, it can experience small tears (

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